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Davidoff Dom Perignon

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:7.7
Presentation: Cardboard Pack: (Without cellophane) 4's in 20's. Semi Boite Nature with Broch: 10's, 25's.

Davidoff Dom Perignon Review:

Exotic woods and herbs, nuts, mild sweetness, peppers and faint tobacco taste. Very balanced cigar. Strength 3/5.

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Review #7: my gift from my friend who is a serious collector for my birthday this year and i must say although the flavors were too faint...the one i smoked was much past its time...it wasnt bad, i just expected much more from this cigar...i hate to give this cigar a 7 but it just didnt do it for me - Submitted by sause2112 on July 17, 2009

Review #6: Smoked one that I recieved in a split of a sealed box of 10, I got 1.. Went to the Calif coast for my 54th b'day. brought it with me, and OMG, what a smoke. maybe past it's prime?, But still quite enjoyable. Nuances of cinnamon, honey , herbs , baking spices and more swirled and combined to keep my mouth awash in a series of flavor induced subtleties and assaults. burn and draw were no worries or problems. minimal draw effort resulted in great clouds of smoke. What a treat. - Submitted by bayouboy on October 26, 2007

Review #5: I have just smoked my first of these last weekend, a very generous birthday gift from a friend who has several boxes of these from the 1980s, and regret having to confess I was slightly underwhelmed - a case of disappointed over-expectation, no doubt, considering this Julieta's huge price and reputation. Although the draw, construction and burn were beyond reproach, I found the DP lacked the complex and seductive flavours displayed by the 1990s Montecristo A from my collection we smoked the same evening. I agree with habanohal that your money is probably better spent elsewhere - although not necessarily only on more recent cigars, since I've had some spectacular 20+ year olds. - Submitted by winterbee on July 4, 2007

Review #4: I agree with Dereckq. I enjoyed my first Dom Perignon 20 years ago. Although expensive, I think it is a real legend and everyone who can afford it should try it. - Submitted by I_Michos on April 5, 2007

Review #3: Pretty much past its time. These cigars were meant to be smoked 10 years after rolling. I know alot of you want to try these, but trust me when I say your money is better spent on recent cigars - Submitted by habanohal on January 4, 2007

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